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Lioedevon427

Very tired animator
Hmm there’s this show called BNA, I don’t know if you’ve heard of it though, it’s reeeeaall, underground.
 

Lioedevon427

Very tired animator
Squirrel and Hedgehog is grorious.
I’ve been debating watching that cuz I’ve heard it’s not bad, but at the same time I’m not too into it being basically North Korea propaganda. Would you say it’s good enough to go out of my way to find subs for, or nah?
 

Yastreb

Well-Known Member
I’ve been debating watching that cuz I’ve heard it’s not bad, but at the same time I’m not too into it being basically North Korea propaganda. Would you say it’s good enough to go out of my way to find subs for, or nah?
If you want to watch Squirrel and Hedgehog with subtitles, go here. I think it is good precisely because it is so over-the-top propaganda, but you'll have to decide for yourself.
 

Guilrel

Active Member
Before I talk about the other anime I found I want to point this one out. This anime is Semi-Ecchi, which is semi-pornagraphic and not full on pornographic like Interspecies Reviewers.

Those Who Hunt Elves is a 90s anime about a group of humans trying to find a way home after the High Elf botched their return spell because the only guy in the group distracted her by pointing out the absurdity of the spell requiring her to be naked to cast it. Now the incantations of the spell ended up being scattered across the world and then tattooed themselves on random girl elves, requiring the party to look for the elves that have these markings and bring them to the High Elf so she can transfer the incantation back into her body. But how will the party know that the elf they're looking for have these incantations? Basically that's the excuse to have the only guy in the group to start stripping elves randomly, much to his chagrin, knowing that he's going to be beaten up for doing so but it's not like he has the time to let them check for themselves. Even though this world's government had an easier time finding the marked elves than our protagonists.

So what does this have to do with furries? Basically the High Elf tried to disguise herself as a dog creature and insert herself into the group so she could help them track down the marked elves easier with her magic. But she was discovered pretty quickly and to make matters worse, because after finding the first marked elf and transferring tattooed spell onto her dog body, the spell was so powerful that it's preventing her from changing back into an elf, so she's stuck like this for the entirety of the first season. Here's what she looks like in her dog form before she recovered the spells.

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At the end of the first season, the group discovered that the Elf world and the Human world were slowly merging together which explains the strange modern oddities they found in a world that's supposed to be medieval fantasy throughout their journey. The only way to stop this is to send the humans back home into their world before the worst possibility of the world exploding due to the merge happens. They managed to get all the marked spells and then once again, the human guy distracted the elf again but this time making fun of her tattooed look instead of the tearful confession she thought he was going to say (then again that expectation was her fault for forgetting the fact that both of them were always arguing with each other throughout the adventure). So spell split up into even MORE pieces causing the group to journey the world again.

The second season had the Elf be herself for the first two episodes and since the two worlds were merging and the Elf World was more magical than the Human World, Human myths were starting to become real as well. Especially the myth of drinking water from a pawprint of an animal will make you into a were-version of that animal is now made real. The High Elf had the misfortune to trip into a pawprint of a panda and drink the water from it turning her into a chibi panda and the problem she had when was she was a dog continued since she recovered the spell while she was still a panda so now she's stuck as one for the rest of the series.

What I'm about to show is the one time she became anthro in the show when they run into one of the Human Myths made real about a dress that can cure any curse once they wear it long enough but considering her luck well...
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Apparently both the panda curse and the spell curse was too strong for this dress to cure her.
I don't think there's an ending to the anime but I do notice that there is a manga version of it and I hope that in this version they managed to finish this old story.
 

Guilrel

Active Member
Now on to the rest of the anime
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Saikyou Kamizmode
This is an anime I ended up finding one day that was made last year. It's a Mon type anime where the Mons are basically Sumo, or Sumo fighters to be precise because of the crazy powers they have, and the humans help them out by beating on their drums. This reminds me of Future Card Buddyfight where the Mons interact with the humans like Digimon. I don't know much more about this other than looking at a clip from the second episode where the cat mon tries to convince the main human to team up with him. From the opening it seems like Mons in there are more like Digimon than the Buddyfight series.



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Odd Taxi
Shame on everyone for not talking about this great mystery anime. Even Mother's Basement and Gigguk want more people to talk about this.
As you can probably guess, the show's artstyle almost looks like a combination of Aggrestuko and Beastars, but it has Aggretsuko's adult realism and what better place to use this realism in a mystery drama that ties pretty much every character here together in more ways than one. It begins with our Walrus Taxi Driver Protagonist, Odokawa, getting caught up in a missing girl's case where the girl's last known whereabouts are her getting inside a Taxi and Odokawa's the prime suspect. However he's actually the secondary suspect, the prime suspect is a Yakuza who claims that he's actually looking for her himself and then things spiral from here as the customers that Odokawa drove also find themselves unwittingly getting involved in this case as well and for some, much more than they want to admit.

If you still haven't watch this anime, then my only advice to you is to DO NOT READ THE COMMENTS of whatever place you're watching them in, because just like "So I'm a Spider, So What?" you'll find novel only readers already spoiling one of the biggest plot twist about the entire world. In fact Mother's Basement kinda did it himself in his Anime to Watch video, but that spoiler is such a leap that the only way that anyone can come up with that spoiler is taking a single conversation and running with it or that they know what happened in the story already. This is a mystery show and if you like anthros and especially Aggrestuko, you'll definitely love the plot of this anime.

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Peach Boy Riverside

The rabbit girl is part of the main team of this anime. What happens here is that this story is what if the Momotaro Peach Boy story wasn't the only Peach Kid. This anime begins with a travelling princess happening upon this demi-human rabbit girl and helping her out and in turn this strangely simplified rabbit girl that's seemingly wearing clothes that are a bit advance for this fantasy setting helps her look for another Peach Boy named Mikoto. Princess Sally doesn't know she is a Peach person herself, but it's kind of clear that the Peach people are basically the number one weakness to the super powerful Ogres that roam the land. Sadly Sally is not aware of her split personality when she encounters an Ogre that makes her powerful enough to kill them, but I think she does have an inkling that Mikoto might be the one to help her find out why.

What's really interesting about the rabbit girl named, Frau, is that I recognized her from a one-shot Manga I read about a powerful rabbit girl that violently keeps the peace between humans and beastmen and she's kinda aloof and lazy. I can't help myself but call her the rabbit god, because she could be the author's self insert here, but she could be more like Plue from Fairy Tail and then Eden, in which this is a signature character of the artist and in some way or another, they will always show up in every work the author does. But I have to find that Manga again one day, because since it was a one-shot, I didn't bother trying to remember the link.

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Tsuki Ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu

I know you can't see it in the title here but:
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Our protagonists meets this Orc girl, which is obviously an anthro pig and while I seriously doubt THIS will happen:
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Since this imagine spot is more of a nightmare scenario for him. Even though she's not on the cover, there's a high chance of this girl being a more prominent side character of the cast, especially if you consider the opening and she pretty much joins the protagonist's portable town.

So the story is this: An isekai fan finds out that his parents are from the other world and they made a deal with a very selfish Goddess to give up what's important to them and that turns out to be either him or his sister. Luckily the Earth's Moon God gave him the quick run down and his OP abilities before he met the Goddess, whom immediately found him too ugly and decides to send him to the farthest corner of her world while giving him a pity skill that lets him understand all languages. If the opening is something to go by, it seems like the selfish Goddess still took his sister anyway, since she told him she found a better human to save her world before throwing him away.

I think what I find interesting in this Isekai anime is the fact that this protagonist appears to have more of a traditional Japanese background than the other protagonists. Which I tend to see in how some of the buildings are made for him in his portable town and the dragon girl who became a Samurai Otaku after seeing the guy's memories. It's pretty subtle but I'm curious to see how that background influences and clashes with the world he found himself, even though he's an isekai fan.
 

Baalf

Will accept free hugs and tummy rubs.
@Guilrel

Sumo monsters and Walrus taxi driver? Double sales!
 

AkatsuriTaro

A Simply Stoned Bunny Babe
I was considering looking into Beastars but I'm not sure I will enjoy it if it's predator boy meets prey girl and the narrative is about the angst of that relationship. I just didn't like what the trailer gave me? I need to be sold on it being more than a familiar 'I need to tame the beast within for love to work' plot.
This is exactly how it's turning out pretty much! It tries not to dwelve too much into Haru and Legoshi's relationship, but it doesn't stray away from it either. It's more of a "murder mystery" that's less of a mystery now-so. I'd recommend it, honestly!
 

Eremurus

seeker of knowledge
Aggretsuko on Netflix.
 
Aggretsuko on Netflix.
i love love love this show so much it was my pfp for a LOOOOOONG time on twitter well it still is I havent changed it yet for some time now lol.
 

Guilrel

Active Member
Managed to catch the movie Belle AKA Ryuu To Sobakasu No Hime

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It's a pretty okay movie that showed off the creator's Summer Wars skills again but it seems like that, outside of his help with Digimon Cyber Sleuth, he didn't really delve that deep into his internet concept. While the main themes of this movie is about getting people to understand what it REALLY means to help people you don't know and calls out people who say they help but doesn't really change anything that matters, it still feels like the full dive MMO style of internet concept isn't being fully utilized here. I mean the designs of Belle's best friend/manager is really interesting here:

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And "the Gaston" of this movie has some good looking anthro cat girls and a dog man on his team.
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It's such a huge shame that these girls are completely under utilized besides back up to intimidate Belle.

However this pic right here is why I think that the full dive internet is not completely utilized here.
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You can see here that the girl's avatar is completely in sync with her. Of course it's because she's wearing her world's version of a VR Helmet, the earpiece, is why they're so in sync. But this gives me an idea of how to make use of this guy's internet world of everyone having an avatar body that fits them or making their dream body they've always wanted and the concept of this is very simple... what if this world starts to encroach on reality?

Where basically the protagonist and their loved one, either one of them ended up getting their avatar body in real life. At first it seems like a dream come true as there seems to be no drawbacks other than that weirdness censor where everyone else just assumes that the avatar body is the real body. But then things started getting dangerous and they see some people freaking out over the changes to themselves and the world. Then the dangerous parts of the internet world started to happen in reality as well like monsters appearing or even worse, being deleted. This eventually becomes part of a plot about what it's like to be yourself and how much of yourself you want to change as the protagonists try to find the cause of all this.

Anyway, I'm going to leave these pictures up for a week or so, as I feel like that something bad might happen if I leave them up for too long. So get the pics as you can or find this movie somewhere. Edit: I won't be getting rid of much though by the way.
 
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Guilrel

Active Member
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I don't think I need to tell most people that latest version of Digimon is now out. In this one the world is all about interactive holograms and the Digimon that starts rampaging in there act like as if they were living ghost stories. Since this is relatively new I don't think I'm going to explain any further than this main plot point. The Digimon may have something to do with Hiro's missing Dad.


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Kyoukai Senki

This anime is a mecha anime, where these chibi animal creatures are actually just AI and they are very important to the plot. Think Digimon but they can only show up in the characters' phones and only float next when they are inside their respective Mech. I'll let the synopsis fill things out for me.
Syn: In the year 2061 AD, Japan has lost its sovereignty. The Japanese people spend their days as oppressed citizens after being divided and ruled by the four major trade factions. The country became the forefront of the world following the deployment of AMAIM—a humanoid special mobile weapon—by each economic bloc. One day, Amou Shiiba, a boy who loves machines, meets Gai, an autonomous thinking A.I. The encounter leads Amou to cast himself into the battle to reclaim Japan, piloting the AMAIM Kenbu that he built himself.

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Mewkledreamy Mix!
This show is basically the second season of Mewkledreamy. But I think this is part of the Precure series, where the little mascot fairies, or living plushies in this case, are just as important to the main cast as their human partners. Give it a watch if you want.


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Mutant Turtles: Choujin Densetsu-Hen
Other name: Mutant Turtles: Superman Legend, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Legend of the Supermutants, TMNT, ミュータント タートルズ 超人伝説編

Okay I just saw this one day and yes it's true, TMNT has an anime, the 90's version of them has it. It's a Sentai/Power Ranger show where the 90's Turtles Power Ranger form makes them look like green men with handsome faces. The synopsis of this is even weirder.
Syn: When the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles acquire Mutastones from Crys-Mu, the spirit of light, they acquire the ability to enhance themselves into Super Turtles for a duration of three minutes. Meanwhile, the evil Shredder and his minions Bebop and Rocksteady stumble upon the Dark Mutastone, which transforms them into Devil Shredder, Supermutant Bebop and Supermutant Rocksteady, respectively. But the Turtles have one more trick up their shells: all four of them can combine into their ultimate form—Turtle Saint.

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Chiisana Ahiru No Ooki Na Ai No Monogatari: Ahiru No Kwak
Other name: Alfred Jodocus Kwak, Little Duck's Big Love Story, The Adventures of Alfred J. Quack, Alfred J. Kwak, Alfred J. Quack, Ahiru no Quack, Ahiru no Kwakku, 小さなアヒルの大きな愛の物語 あひるのクワック
I only just watch a couple a seconds of it, but it seems to be an anime collab between a Japanese and a Dutch animation studio. Let's see what the synopsis has to say.
Syn: Alfred J Kwak (Dutch, it takes place in Holland) lost his parents, brothers and sisters when he was young. He was raised by a mole. The series covers the life of Alfred from the day he is born. In his life Alfred tries to help all sorts of animals all over the world. The series are meant to entertain children and teach children about life, covering historical aspects like WW II.

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Ankoku Cat
Other Name: Dark Side Cat, Darkness Cat, 暗黒キャット
Synopsis: Dark Side Cat, a mysterious stray cat, dashes throughout the night city in punk clothing and plays pranks on humans he dislikes. He plays a game of cat and mouse with the city council, known as the "Stray Cat Hunt."

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Sylvanian Families Mini Gekijou: Omoigakenai Okyakusama

There is no synopsis other than this is an old 3D anime about the Sylvanian Families, which I guess has it's own show.


I just realized a little too late that I did exactly what I did in my Furry/Animal Manga thread, even though this thread would rather have screenshots right? Well there is that one anime that I'm going to watch tomorrow that's a completed Mon show, called Mazica Party. I'll get screenshots of that tomorrow then.

Also speaking of my other thread.... I now have around 200 Manga to mention because of my procrastination... I have alot to do...
 

Vinfang

Indie Game Artist / Telegram: vinfang
digimon-ghost-game.png

I don't think I need to tell most people that latest version of Digimon is now out. In this one the world is all about interactive holograms and the Digimon that starts rampaging in there act like as if they were living ghost stories. Since this is relatively new I don't think I'm going to explain any further than this main plot point. The Digimon may have something to do with Hiro's missing Dad.


kyoukai-senki.png

Kyoukai Senki

This anime is a mecha anime, where these chibi animal creatures are actually just AI and they are very important to the plot. Think Digimon but they can only show up in the characters' phones and only float next when they are inside their respective Mech. I'll let the synopsis fill things out for me.
Syn: In the year 2061 AD, Japan has lost its sovereignty. The Japanese people spend their days as oppressed citizens after being divided and ruled by the four major trade factions. The country became the forefront of the world following the deployment of AMAIM—a humanoid special mobile weapon—by each economic bloc. One day, Amou Shiiba, a boy who loves machines, meets Gai, an autonomous thinking A.I. The encounter leads Amou to cast himself into the battle to reclaim Japan, piloting the AMAIM Kenbu that he built himself.

mewkledreamy-mix.png

Mewkledreamy Mix!
This show is basically the second season of Mewkledreamy. But I think this is part of the Precure series, where the little mascot fairies, or living plushies in this case, are just as important to the main cast as their human partners. Give it a watch if you want.


mutant-turtles-choujin-densetsu-hen.png

Mutant Turtles: Choujin Densetsu-Hen
Other name: Mutant Turtles: Superman Legend, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Legend of the Supermutants, TMNT, ミュータント タートルズ 超人伝説編

Okay I just saw this one day and yes it's true, TMNT has an anime, the 90's version of them has it. It's a Sentai/Power Ranger show where the 90's Turtles Power Ranger form makes them look like green men with handsome faces. The synopsis of this is even weirder.
Syn: When the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles acquire Mutastones from Crys-Mu, the spirit of light, they acquire the ability to enhance themselves into Super Turtles for a duration of three minutes. Meanwhile, the evil Shredder and his minions Bebop and Rocksteady stumble upon the Dark Mutastone, which transforms them into Devil Shredder, Supermutant Bebop and Supermutant Rocksteady, respectively. But the Turtles have one more trick up their shells: all four of them can combine into their ultimate form—Turtle Saint.

chiisana-ahiru-no-ooki-na-ai-no-monogatari-ahiru-no-kwak.png

Chiisana Ahiru No Ooki Na Ai No Monogatari: Ahiru No Kwak
Other name: Alfred Jodocus Kwak, Little Duck's Big Love Story, The Adventures of Alfred J. Quack, Alfred J. Kwak, Alfred J. Quack, Ahiru no Quack, Ahiru no Kwakku, 小さなアヒルの大きな愛の物語 あひるのクワック
I only just watch a couple a seconds of it, but it seems to be an anime collab between a Japanese and a Dutch animation studio. Let's see what the synopsis has to say.
Syn: Alfred J Kwak (Dutch, it takes place in Holland) lost his parents, brothers and sisters when he was young. He was raised by a mole. The series covers the life of Alfred from the day he is born. In his life Alfred tries to help all sorts of animals all over the world. The series are meant to entertain children and teach children about life, covering historical aspects like WW II.

ankoku-cat.png

Ankoku Cat
Other Name: Dark Side Cat, Darkness Cat, 暗黒キャット
Synopsis: Dark Side Cat, a mysterious stray cat, dashes throughout the night city in punk clothing and plays pranks on humans he dislikes. He plays a game of cat and mouse with the city council, known as the "Stray Cat Hunt."

sylvanian-families-mini-gekijou-omoigakenai-okyakusama.png

Sylvanian Families Mini Gekijou: Omoigakenai Okyakusama

There is no synopsis other than this is an old 3D anime about the Sylvanian Families, which I guess has it's own show.


I just realized a little too late that I did exactly what I did in my Furry/Animal Manga thread, even though this thread would rather have screenshots right? Well there is that one anime that I'm going to watch tomorrow that's a completed Mon show, called Mazica Party. I'll get screenshots of that tomorrow then.

Also speaking of my other thread.... I now have around 200 Manga to mention because of my procrastination... I have alot to do...
I am liking the new digimon series. I also think pulsemon's evolution line looks amazing.
 

BadRoy

Snake awakens
Just re-watched some of Brand New Animal the other day and, man, what a disappointment it was. Not visually, obviously. The show is beautiful, but that only underscores how bad the writing is. Spoilers below

I was really excited when BNA was announced because unlike the comparable Beastars and Zootopia, BNA's universe involves humans. This could have brought in some interesting twists on the now well-worn 'animals being prejudiced via species story.' But as some reviewer mentioned... there are no prominent human characters in the story. The one character we think is human turns out to be a god cerberus (what?). Michiru and Nazuna are already furry fishes-out-of-water when the show starts so they're not really representing the human side of the story. It's just very strange that the show would set up this big anthro racism angle, but not have any major human character to explore it. Especially considering the show was working up to acceptance and understanding in the world.

The trajectory of the plot is also a bit confusing. When it begins you think you're in for some kind of furry detective procedural and exploring the human/furry divide along the way, but then Michiru and Oogami start having superpowers. By the end literal demigods are shooting lasers and the animal people are turning into berserkers. Oh and there were furry concentration camps. It feels like the creators didn't know what kind of story they wanted to tell so they threw every idea they had in regardless of cohesion. Even for a Trigger show it was just too much in too few episodes. Personally, as soon as Michiru started using her powers I was like "Whaaat, why are we doing this?"

Such a bummer. The best thing BNA gave us is the gorgeous animation and the fact that Oogami is nude for most of the last episode 0w0
 

Kope

Artist?
Is there any furry version of Jojo's bizarre adventure cause I might make it if it doesn't exist :V
 
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